A solid brick art deco home, however over the years the art deco features have been stripped away leaving the floorplan the only remaining feature of the style. The floorplan however, is not ideal and does need work.
With a north facing rear into the private garden, the home is set on a good block size and in a good location for a growing family. This home would ideally suit buyers who could comfortably live in the home for 3 - 5 years with plans to undertake a large renovation thereafter.
The proximity to the school could be problematic for some buyers and those interested should consider the challenges with access during peak times.
The agent quote seems a little soft given the location and opportunity, so I wouldn't be surprised to see the property stretch to the $2,400,000 plus range.
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